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Bless your soul!! smile.gif
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Originally Posted by jspuds View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Fernando 1 
It seems possible to flash a modded BIOS even into the checksum sensitive BIOS chip of ASUS P8xxx boards without the USB Flashback option.
This procedure requires a tool named Flash Toolkit (FTK). Further informations are here available: http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1726429
Thanks guys, going to give it a go over the next couple of hours and will let you know how I get on
This was written 2 days and 10 hours ago, but I haven't yet seen any feedback regarding the result of your test.
Since I gave you the tip, I am curious about your experience with the Flash Toolkit. Please let us know, what happened.
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I have an asus maximus iv gene z and two samsung 840 pro 256 GB SSDs
I want to put them in RAID just because I'd rather have a single partition since obviously there is no real world speed benefits besides uselessly benchmarking SSDs and thus shortening their life.
I haven't put them in RAID because I don't want to lose trim.
From what I've read a bunch of people are reflashing their bios, downloading the new RST drivers and reporting no TRIM support afterwards. Is there anyone who has successfully completed the process and confirming trim support? Preferably on a maximus series board?
Thanks in advance for answers or advice.
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asus maximus extreme z - 2 samsung 830
success
I just had to recreate the array after flashing
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Hi garifox, I just want to verify the 3603 bios for the Maximus iv extreme z that is is the modded bios to support trim for the 6 series board right? If so since i already have the 3603 bios on the board I can just reflash it the modded 3603
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ritchwell: Yes it has the TRIM OROM wink.gif
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Great thanks for verifying
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asus maximus extreme z - 2 samsung 830
success
I just had to recreate the array after flashing



I suppose it would be prudant to ask, are you running a software or a hardware RAID 0? Also, what version of RST are you using? Just trying to limit variables here. Thanks for the response.
Edited by EvanWeaksauce - 2/17/13 at 10:04pm
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I suppose it would be prudant to ask, are you running a software or a hardware RAID 0? Also, what version of RST are you using? Just trying to limit variables here. Thanks for the response.

This thread is about intel raid, so my raid 0 is on intel raid rom
rst 11.7.0.1013
win 7 x64
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